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Obituary

Oakridge Cemetery
Garvin County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Sandi Carter

August 2, 1928

Robert L. Wells
1886 ~ August 2, 1928


Robert L. Wells Dropped Dead

Robert L. Wells, aged about 42, dropped dead this morning while working in a hay meadow.

He was a prominent farmer of the Woodland community where he had lived the past 12 or 15 years.

His death is attributed to heart trouble.

Mr. Wells was a fine citizen, well liked by his neighbors.

He is survived by a wife and several children, his mother, four brothers and two sisters, namely: Albert, Charley and Barney Wells of Woodland, John Wells of Manitou, Okla., Mrs. Guy Aaron and Mrs. Billy Stephens of Woodland.

Burial will be in Oak Ridge cemetery.


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